When it comes to the area of Balkans, we all agree that, although Montenegro is more cheap than other places, it doesn’t lack of glamourness. Let us not forget that Sophia Loren used to spent all her summers there. Film star,  Mrs Loren extremely loved Aman Sveti Stefan resort, which was regularly visited by her during the 1960s.

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Now​adays​, the owner of Aman Sveti Stefan resort, Mr Petros Stathis, keeps the resort’s high level and promises to offfer travellers a variety of stunning accommodation options. So when it comes to luxury, Montenegro has many to offer to its visitors.
It’s a ​historical ​fact that Aman Sveti Stefan resort was built in 1934 as a residence for Queen Maria of Yugoslavia. In the past it used to be village of fishers: a bunch of houses on the rocks, moored to the terrain by a thin isthmus. Terracotta housetops add a sprinkle of shading to the scene.

Aman Sveti Stefan was initially built as a residence for Queen Maria of Yugoslavia in 1934, but in the following years it became a retreat for the country’s leader, mr J. Tito. Although the nation’s kings & queens have already gone, when it comes to luxury, even nowadays guests are still treated like royalties.

The restaurant is fabulous, and its superb spa brags what may be the most skilful masseuses on the Adriatic. When you finish your extraordinary hour and a half (90 mins) massage, you may feel, perhaps, even 20 years more energetic and young.


Petros Stathis